Irini Papadimitriou is a curator and cultural manager, whose practice draws on interdisciplinary and critical discourse to explore the impact of technology in society and culture. Currently Creative Director at FutureEverything, an arts organisation and innovation lab in Manchester, she was previously Digital Programmes Manager at the V&A, where she initiated and curated the annual Digital Design Weekend festival and Digital Futures among other programmes; and she is Head of New Media Arts Development at Watermans. Her display, Artificially Intelligent, was exhibited at the V&A in 2018, and in June 2021, she curated the large-scale outdoor exhibition YOU and AI: Through the Algorithmic Lens for Onassis Foundation in Athens. Irini has been a co-curator for the Arts & Culture experience at Mozilla Festival and she is a co-founder of Maker Assembly, a critical gathering about maker culture. She has been a recipient of curatorial research programmes including MOBIUS (Finnish Institute), Art Fund, Mondriaan Fonds and British Council, and has served as a jury member for Ars Electronica, Lumen Prize, D&AD, EU STARTS and ACM Siggraph.